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Rescue Dogs Rock NYC, Inc. has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in New York, New York.
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These adoption events bring dogs and cats from Animal Care Centers of NYC and our other local rescue partners to pet stores in Brooklyn and Manhattan for adoption. Join us on Wednesdays and Saturdays for our weekly cat mobile adoptions. Please check our for details.
Zani's Furry Friends has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in NYC, New York.
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In addition to its network of foster families, Posh Pets also operates an animal shelter on Long Island and a cat adoption center in Westchester County and works with the Soi Dog Foundation which rescues dogs from the horrific meat market in Thailand. For every Thailand pup they help save, a pet from the NYC ACC is also rescued. Animal Care Centers of NYC | Brooklyn has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Brooklyn, New York.
Photo provided by FlickrFour Paws Sake, NYC has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Middle Village, New York.
Photo provided by FlickrSenior Pets NYC/Saving Older Beagles has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in New York, NY.
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Kintaro was on last night's "kill list." He was an emaciated scared little guy, but still managed to have a great rating so he was available for public adoption. This morning, he was reserved by a "member of the public." Tonight, he is DEAD. Click to read more about how once again, the NYC AC&C failed an animal in their care. Kintaro should be alive tonight. Instead, he is a plastic bag. Again and again, the AC&C PROVES that they do not care about NYC's homeless animals. When will they start employing people that want to help these dogs and cats? When will they start CARING? It's time to clean house, and start hiring real advocates that will make an effort to do more. I think the animals deserve that. Don't you?With locations in all five boroughs—three care centers, plus receiving locations in Queens and the Bronx—AC&C takes in more than 30,000 animals each year, most of which are dogs, cats and rabbits (of all ages and breeds). If the critter your brood is eyeing was properly spayed or neutered (a requirement for any pet to be adopted in NYC), you can take it home with you then and there. Otherwise, you'll have to wait until the following day so your new family member can undergo the proper procedure.Little Shelter Animal Rescue & Adoption Center is right outside NYC in Huntington, NY, and it’s the only non-NYC shelter to be included in the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC Animals. All dogs are spayed/neutered before adoption, and Little Shelter has snagged Best of Long Island for eight straight years (2010–2017) in the Best Animal Shelter/Rescue category. We figured it deserved a mention.More than 300 , , , , and will be available for adoption from more than 30 New York City area shelters and rescue groups. Confirmed shelters and rescue groups include All About Spay Neuter, Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC), Animal Haven, The Animal Project, Anjellicle Cats Rescue, ASPCA, Best Bullies, Best Friends–New York, Bideawee, Bronx Tails Cat Rescue, Bully Project, BUMPER Bulldog Rescue, City Critters, Inc., Cypress Feline Rescue, Frankie's Fund for Feline Care and Rescue, Hudson Valley Humane Society, Husky House, Infinite Hope, K9Kastle, KittyKind, Linda's Cat Assistance, Little Wanderers NYC, Long Island Bulldog Rescue, Long Island Greyhound Connection, Louie's Legacy Animal Rescue, Metropolitan Maltese Rescue (MetroMalts), Muddy Paws Rescue, The Patricia H. Ladew Foundation, Place for Cats, Posh Pets Rescue, Pound Hounds Res-Q, PupStarz Rescue, Rabbit Rescue & Rehab/NYC Metro Rabbit, Rescue Dogs Rock NYC, Rescuzilla, Second Chance Rescue, Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter, Waggytail Rescue, and Zani's Furry Friends.